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"le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

Bert H de la Houssaye (View posts)
Posted: 23 Mar 1999 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: de la Houssaye
I wish to introduce myself to the genealogist online, especially those family members online. I am the "le Pelletier de la Houssaye" family genealogist. I am very interested in contacting members of the family (both male and female lines) to verify and update information. I am very interested in an exchange of information. So drop me line. My data base currently contains over 24000 names which includes many allied families and has been growing steadly since the early 1990's.

Re: "le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

Posted: 9 Sep 2001 4:06AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Sep 2001 4:11AM GMT
I'm a descendant of this line and would like to fill in as many gaps as I can. Most of what I have is on my paternal grandmother's side(Martin/Mouton). Can you give my some help/guidance? Henri Demas D. is my great grandfather.

Thank you,
Glenn Thomas Dealhoussaye

Re: "le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

judy zeliff hamilton (View posts)
Posted: 20 Feb 2002 12:41AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello! I do not know much about my mother's side of the family. Her name was Theresa Gabrielle Pellitier, born in Nashua, NH 3/16/24. I know that she has 4 sisters Margurite(peggy), Lorraine, and Doris,. I believe that there was a brother--Conrad. Her father (Ernest?) was an antique dealer that also was a rum-runner out of Canada during Prohibition. My grandmother's name was Leona (?) who passed away in 1974 ( I think). Can you help me? thanks--Judy

Re: "le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

Posted: 10 Mar 2003 12:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
I was married to your cousin David, his father was Conrad Francis Pelletier, Conrad had one brother, Robert and Theresa, Marguerite, Martha and Doris were his sisters.Their Mother was Blanche and their father was Francis Xavier. I had the pleasure of knowing your mother when she moved out to New England for a short time. Blanche and Francis did own a little antique business for awhile, but Francis worked in the shoe industry in Haverhill, MA and passed away in about 1955-56.Doris and Martha are still living and have children of their own and several grandchildren. Though I am no longer married to David, but have a close relationship to Doris and Martha.

Re: "le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

teresa faulkner (View posts)
Posted: 6 Apr 2003 6:32PM GMT
Classification: Query
my gggrandmother is sidonie delahoussaye//daughter of arthur alexander dlh/son of louis alexandre le pelletier dlh/son of alexander estienne louis dlh i think///my grandmother was adeline habert of franklin//married charles lee kleinpeter///also sidonie perret dlh was an authoress whose books are in the lsu library-in french of course-i have the obit on aa dlh and he lists 2daughters and 2 sons//i an looking for the marriage date of sidonie perret dlh and louis alexander lpdlh//thank u

Re: "le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

Posted: 6 Apr 2003 11:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
According to Rev. Donald Hebert's "Southwest Louisiana Record. Church and Civil Records of Settlers"; Vol. 3, pg. 185,
Louis Lepelletier De La Houssaye m. Helene Sidonie Perret of St. John Baptiste on Miss. Dec. 3, 1833 in St. Martinville.

Glenn Delahousaye

Re: "le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

Bert H de la Houssaye (View posts)
Posted: 7 Apr 2003 11:39AM GMT
Classification: Query
Was your grandmother Adeline Habert? Email me ASAP at bdelahouss@aol.com. We've been looking for you.

Re: "le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

Posted: 27 Feb 2005 7:07AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi. Do you know if you're of any relation to Lepelletiers from Canada?

My family is from St. Pierre & Miquelon and Martinique.

I'm at a block, and have not had any luck in finding out more information in a while.

Re: "le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

Posted: 24 Jun 2007 6:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
I have found on the internet that the father of Paul Augustin la Pellitier de la Houssaye, was Nicholas la Pellitier de la Houssaye from the Kingdom of France, and the father of Nicolas was another Nicolas la Pellitier de la Houssaye, and they were residing in the Kingdom of France. I know that there is a place named Delahoussaye, which is not too far from Paris, France.
I am not a Delahoussaye descendant, but I am also a researcher and consider myself a very good friend of the family.
We share a mutual Delahoussaye friend, Mary or Dee originally from the Franklin way and now the Lafayette way.
kitty

Re: "le Pelletier de la Houssaye"

Posted: 29 Jun 2007 4:13AM GMT
Classification: Query
Bert,
I want to introduce myself to you, and I am a researcher who has done a lot of research on the le Pellitier de la Houssaye family and its allied lines, and I find their family history very interesting as intruiging. You have a wonderful family with a very rich family history to be very proud of.
Awhile back, I was on a computer and I ran acorss this piece of information that I thougth that you might have.
The father of Paul Augustin le Pellitier de la Houssaye was Nicholas le Pellitier de la Houssaye and the grandfather was also another Nicholas le Pellitier de la Houssaye.
Be sure and tell Dee hello for me.
Have a great Fourth of July!
kitty
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